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Jeff Scott


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About Jeff Scott

Jeff Scott is most well known for writing, and has 12 known credits, of which 12 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Jeff Scott’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Jeff Scott’s movies you should definitely watch MLB Vintage World Series Films - Blue Jays (1992, 1993) (2007) Jeff has worked on!

  1. MLB Vintage World Series Films - Blue Jays (1992, 1993) (2007)
  2. The Team. The Time. The 2006 Mets (2007)
  3. Jackie Robinson: Breaking Barriers (1997)
  4. Millennium Mets - The Story Of The 2000 National League Champions (2000)
  5. 1996 World Series (1996)

1. MLB Vintage World Series Films - Blue Jays (1992, 1993) (2007 Movie)

The best rated movie Jeff Scott has been a part of is the documentary movie MLB Vintage World Series Films - Blue Jays (1992, 1993), where they had the role of writing.

2. The Team. The Time. The 2006 Mets (2007)

Jeff Scott worked on this documentary movie as writing.

3. Jackie Robinson: Breaking Barriers (1997)

In Jackie Robinson: Breaking Barriers Jeff Scott was worked as writer.

4. Millennium Mets - The Story Of The 2000 National League Champions (2000)

In Millennium Mets - The Story Of The 2000 National League Champions Jeff Scott had the role of writing.

5. 1996 World Series (1996)

Jeff Scott was a part of the movie 1996 World Series as writing. This documentary movie has a rating 6.3 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

What is Jeff most known for?

Jeff Scott is most known for writing. Jeff has worked on 12 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Jeff Scott’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is MLB Vintage World Series Films - Blue Jays (1992, 1993), which has a score of 0.0.

Jeff’s Filmography

Executive producer. Shea Stadium was the place to be in 2006. Fueled by just the right mix of budding young superstars and established veterans, the New York Mets cut a swath through the National League, ending Atlanta s string of 14 consecutive division titles and coming within one hit of reaching the World Series. The 2006 Mets were fun, exciting and resilient! You could never count them out. And even though they came up just short of their ultimate goal, they left their fans with an overriding sense of optimism for the future. It s all here, from Spring Training, to the All-Star Game, to the nail-biting tension of the postseason. Featuring exclusive interviews with Jose Reyes and David Wright, never-before-seen footage and inside-the-game wireless. Narrarated by Tim Robbins. Relive the season that captivated a city.

Executive producer. Jackie Robinson: Breaking Barriers celebrates the ground-breaking career of the first-ever African-American to join the major leagues, talented athlete Jackie Robinson. The video commemorates the 50th anniversary of Robinson's first major league game day. A tender tribute to the baseball legend, the program combines interviews with Robinson's family and friends, classic sports footage, newsreel clips, and black-and-white photographs from Robinson's life and stellar career.

Executive producer. It began in Tokyo, Japan with the first regular season game ever played outside North America and ended in the heart of New York City with the first Subway Series in 44 years. In between, the 2000 New York Mets gave their fans memories that might well last a lifetime.

Executive producer. When they write the story of the 1996 World Series, don't be surprised if they write about the heart of a champion. Like the Atlanta Braves, who year after year return to the fall classic on the strength of the best starting pitchers in baseball. And the New York Yankees--A clever mix of youth and veterans--gritty, resilient, and very likeable. Don't be caught off guard if the heroics of Bernie Williams and Jim Levritz are recanted--or the medical miracle that brought David Cone from the operating room to the most important start of his career. When they write the story of the 1996 World Series, it will tell how the Yankees came to captivate a city by battling back from a two-games-to-none deficit, To win four straight against the defending world champions for its 23rd world title--it's first since 1978.

Executive producer. Baseball can be a stately game. It can even seem slow and a little old-fashioned. However, this Major League Ball production, which edits together a collection of professional baseball players committing errors, blunders, collisions, tumbles, stumbles, and pratfalls, makes it look like the Keystone Kops have taken up America's Pastime. And that tends to make people laugh. Includes a segment titled "The Field of Bad Dreams."

Executive producer. The history of the Negro Leagues is often a forgotten part of baseball history. Despite its popularity and wealth of talent, the era was not well documented. Pride and Perseverance sheds light on this period and shows how it laid the groundwork for today's African-American players in Major League Baseball. With rarely seen footage from the 1920s through 1950s, these extraordinary stories illustrate the birth of the Negro Leagues and depict both the struggles endured and milestones achieved by its players. The film also highlights Negro League innovations that helped shape modern day baseball, such as the Leagues' usage of portable light towers to enable games to be played after dusk for the first time ever

Executive producer. The 1995 World Series featured the two best teams in baseball. The Cleveland Indians won 100 games in a shortened season, and they made it to the World Series for the first time in 41 years. The Atlanta Braves had been here before, twice in the previous four years. With the best pitching staff in baseball, they were called the team of the '90's. Still they needed a World Series Title to claim that crown. This official documentary of the 1995 World Series includes all the dramatic moments of the six-game battle between the Indians and the Braves including: Eddie Murray's game-winning single at frenzied Jacobs Field. Orel Hershiser's gutsy performances against the incredible Greg Maddux. Dave Justice talking the talk...and then walking the walk. Tom Glavine, the series MVP, pitching one-hit baseball under phenomenal pressure.

Executive producer. For nearly half a century, Shea Stadium has been home to the New York Mets and the team's millions of adoring fans. But now it's time to say goodbye, as Major League Baseball Productions pays tribute to the magical moments and miraculous events that transformed this ballpark into one of the most famous cultural landmarks in sports. Hosted by Matthew Broderick and highlighted by exciting footage of the Mets and their 45 Amazin' seasons at Shea, this video celebrates team milestones, including two World Series Championships and four National League pennants. From sports heroes to world leaders to rock 'n' roll icons, "Shea Goodbye" vividly captures the thrills, drama and excitement that shook a stadium...and the world.

Executive producer. Babe Ruth set a record in 1927 by hitting 60 home runs in one season. 34 years later, Roger Maris broke that record. Another 37 years passed before that record was broken by Mark McGwire. Five days after McGwire's feat, Sammy Sosa broke the brand new record. And the race was on! Fans watched breathlessly as the record passed between the two men and time left in the season dwindled. Relive it all, from Ruth, to Maris, to the final days of the 1998 Sosa/McGwire slug-fest.

Executive producer. Since their first game on April 11, 1962, the New York Mets have mesmerized fans with a magical blend of personality, greatness, heartbreak and heroics. This special film honors the 50 greatest Mets as determined by a blue ribbon panel consisting of Gary Cohen, Ralph Kiner, Steve Hirdt, Howie Rose and John Harper.

Executive producer. 100 Years of Wrigley Field celebrates a century of the greatest moments and best personalities of the ballpark on Chicago's North Side.

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